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I’m a 37 year old female. I don’t drink, smoke, or do drugs. No history of heart problems in myself or my family. No diabetes either. I do have gerds, IBS, & anxiety. Today I’m having a chest pain on my left side right in between my upper part of my boob. I feel it to my back. It’s a sharp pain it’s been there all day and now all night. I am feeling gassy in my stomach. I took omeprazole in the am, 75mg Zantac at 11am and gas tablets at 9pm. The pain went away after each medicine dose but has come back. I also took a Motrin over the counter at 9pm. I talked to my dr on Monday she said it’s my gerds & anxiety. What can I do for the pain?

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replied February 15th, 2018
Chest Pain Answer A63165
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i believe its motrin which is notorious for gastric discomfort. Take it with meals and plenty of fluids and if the issue persists consult a doctor. Supportive and home remedies will help.

Take care.

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